Last week, I discussed how to build an excellent foundational vocabulary. However, to earn a high score on the critical reading section of the SAT, you need more than mere word power. You also need to become familiar with the common question types you will encounter on the test - and how best to approach each. This week's topic? Sentence
Many American students are uncomfortable with fractions. Unfortunately, fractions definitely have a place on college entrance examinations like the SAT or the ACT. If you are one of the many who scream at the sight of a rational number, look below the cut for some helpful hints!
If sentence completions are the bane (*) of your test-taking existence, be assured: you are not alone. In my four years of experience teaching with C2 Education, I have encountered many students just like you - and most of the time, what these students lacked was a good vocabulary foundation. How can you boost your word power and conquer the sentence